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Life of Lu 7/6/2012

I love Edinburgh.
I think you should know.
I love it truly.
Every day I feel more settled.
Every week I feel new friendships grow deeper.
I really am content.
So content that I sing. Poorly.
I should apologise for that.

I really like my new job.
Sometimes I feel my head may explode with information.
Then it digests and I feel capable again.
It is nice to use my brain again.
It does help that I have wonderful colleagues.
They make it easy to love the job.
I will be working with them for at least 7 more weeks.
Then I finish my training.
After that... who knows?

Euro 2012 fever has taken over our wee flat.
It bores me terribly but the boy loves it,
so I pretend.
I pretend quite well.
I predict Russia to win. He reckons Portugal.
I hope I win!

I have a new cousin! And one on the way.
I wish I could meet them soober than October.
Hurry up October!
I should mention that we're popping over in October.
Pints? Anyone?

Lastly,
I received an amazing gift at the weekend.
A tea gift box!
I love it!
But I am struggling to decide which tea to try.
So I'm just downing stupid amounts of tea.
Thanks Lorraine and John!
It is mega!


Comments

  1. Congratulations on your new cousin! So glad you get to visit home in October. And so glad you're loving Edinburgh. We really need to get up for a visit soon.
    What a lovely gift from John and Lorraine, how thoughtful.
    Just to let you know, the nursery are having a bake sale next week, so I intend to make good use of that cupcake book you got me!

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  2. Thank you! His name is Adam and from what I have seen he is a beauty!
    We would love to have you for a visit. It has been so long since we've seen you all! I hope Samuel enjoys his first day at big school!
    I love my tea box, alas it us like giving a child an endless supply of chocolate! I just can't get enough of the stuff (very Irish of me ;) )
    Enjoy your baking session... I still haven't posted your surprise... very bad of me... soon! X

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  3. i like this. and i want a tea box! and i miss you! and happy olympics 2012!

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    1. Thanks Tif!
      How are things in Utah?
      I miss chatting to you.
      I feel I know NONE of your news!
      Nor you mine!
      We should remedy this soon :)

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  4. Glad to hear your enjoying Edinburgh. I too live in a boys house and Euro fever has taken over. Were 4 hours ahead of home so matches at 12 midnight are all fun and gamesxx

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